The war of 1812

The War of 1812

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    The War of 1812

  • The Battle of Tippecanoe

    The Battle of Tippecanoe
    The battle was founght near modern Battle Ground, Indiana, United States. The battle was beetween U.S and Tecumseh's Confederacy they were a group of Native Americans . The battle ended with the U.S as the winners. There were about 50 killed and 70–80 wounded on the Tecumseh's Confederacy side. And 62 killed, 126 wounded on the U.S side.
  • Francis Scott Key

    Francis Scott Key
    Francis Scott Key is the author of Defence of Fort McHenry (The Star-Spangled Banner). He was also a lawyer and he served as a district attorney in Washington for lots of years. A district attorney is a public official who acts as prosecutor for the state or the federal government in court in a particular district.
  • The start of The War of 1812

    The start of The War of 1812
    The British didnt let the U.S to transport goods to the enemy. So the British then attacked the U.S. in the Atlantic Ocean when they where transporting the goods. The U.S didnt like the fact that they were getting attacked by the British so then they declared war.
  • Battle of Queenston Hieghts

    Battle of Queenston Hieghts
    The Battle of Queenston Hieghts was fought beetween the U.S and the British in Canada. Eventually the British won the battle, On the U.S side there were 100 killed, and 170 wounded, Then on the British side there was 21 killed, 85 wounded.
  • Retreat!

    U.S retreated from Eastern Canada.
  • John Armstrong

    John Armstrong
    John Armstrong, was a secratory of war under Predident James Madision during the war of 1812. Armstrong served in the Continental Army during the American Revolution. Then later, Armstrong resigned on 4 September 1814.
  • Harrison Gray Otis

    Harrison Gray Otis
    Harrison Gray Otis was aleading Federalist statesman and a delegate to the Hartford Convention in 1814. He also served in the Massachusetts state legislature, the United States Congress, and the United States Senate.
  • Tecumseh

    Tecumseh was a native american leader of the shawee and a large tribibal confederacy. Shawnee are the most well known native american tribe in the war of 1812. "They are large tribal confederacy (known as Tecumseh's Confederacy) which opposed the United States during Tecumseh's War and the War of 1812."
  • James Madison

    James Madison
    James Madison was principal archited of the united states constition. He was also the fourth presedent of the united states.
  • End of war!

    End of war!
    The U.S and the British finally signed The Treaty of Peace in Gyenty, Belguim. This Treaty will end the war once and for all.